What attracted us was the price of 800 all inclusive for a buffet with a good spread. What a master stroke we thought from the restaurants side to garner consumers. However our joy was short lived when we experienced the food which was udipiesque with no sign of Mainland food. They served us Momos heavy on cabbage filing and when I asked the server if their menu said dimsums, he said it was the same. I’m not a fan of buffets because the food left out in the pans does not taste at its best but the food here touched a different low. I know Mainland China cannot get it this wrong and hence this seemed like a deliberate strategy to play on price to get in consumers and I fell prey to it.